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April 3, 2014

Spring issue of Marblehead Home and Style now available

MARBLEHEAD — Spring has sprung, and so has the newest issue of Marblehead Home and Style magazine.

Highlights of the spring 2014 edition, now on newsstands, include:

Two for the price of one: Twin sisters Tracy Orloff and Stephanie Curran team up at real estate firm.

A well-versed town: Marblehead has been a muse for poets for centuries.

Knowing the rope: Jim Keating, The Marlinspike Sailor of Marblehead, keeps a historic nautical art alive.

History at every corner: Nick Walton and Joanna Cummings’ Revolutionary-era home on Waldron Court combines Colonial character with modern living.

A Marbleheader in the Philippines: After a devastating typhoon, college senior Bridget Forbes spent her Christmas break on a volunteer mission to help rebuild.

You’ll find all this and more in the latest issue of Marblehead Home and Style. Have an idea for an upcoming edition? Contact editor Cheryl Lecesse at 978-338-2664 or clecesse@marbleheadhomeandstyle.com.

Available at:

Crosby’s, 118 Washington St.

Marblehead Community Store, 214 Beacon St.

The Spirit of ‘76 Book Store, 107 Pleasant St.

White Hen Pantry/Marblehead Village Market, 69 Lafayette St.

7-Eleven, 89 Pleasant St.

Mackimmie Co., 134 Washington St.

Village Pharmacy, 69 Lafayette St.

3 N Convenience, 3 Paradise Road, Salem

Beach Bluff Market, 252 Humphrey St.

Pump N Pantry, 10 Paradise Road, Salem

The Little Store, 9 Green St.

Fast Break Inc., 29 Smith St.

Red Lion Smoke Shop, 94 Washington St., Salem

Salem News, 32 Dunham Road, Beverly

Note: Locations are in Marblehead unless otherwise noted.

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